When was the last time you’ve been down to the Gulf of Mexico? Do you miss it as much as I do?
Now do me a favor. Get in your car, drive down to Sea Salt downtown on Clinton Avenue, pull up a chair at the bar with your back towards the street, close your eyes, breathe in through your nose, and tell me that you don’t feel like you’ve just made it to the Gulf. It can’t be done.
I had the pleasure of having lunch with my friend Ryan down at Sea Salt last week, and I was blown away by the experience. With fresh/never frozen seafood being delivered directly from the Gulf every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, the smell of fresh oysters and seafood is always in Sea Salt.
Although they’re an Oyster bar, everything I saw goes by me looked incredible. I recommend the Ahi Tacos and a bowl of their Manhattan Seafood Chowder with crab.
The adult grilled cheese might be their most popular item that’s not an Oyster and the Florida Snapper Ceviche came highly recommended as well.
With 24 draft beers on tap and the closest full-service bar to the sidewalk of any downtown business, Sea Salt has something for everyone.
The Churchstreet Family Restaurant and Hospitality group has done it again with Sea Salt! Stop by and see them today!
Jake Brasfield has been a Huntsville resident for nearly his entire life. After graduating from the University of North Alabama in 2012, Jake returned to Huntsville to continue calling the Rocket City “home.” As a native of Huntsville, Jake has watched the changes coming to Huntsville for a long time and couldn’t be any more excited about the progress and potential this town has. You will likely find Jake at either a food truck rally, a Trash Pandas baseball game, a Huntsville Havoc hockey game, checking out a local music act, or all of the above. Say hey to Jake if you ever see him around town! He’d love to meet you and tell you all about his home of Huntsville.